Sara M. Robinson Shares a Story of Hope and Survival

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New Book “What Difference Does It Make” follows a family’s struggles during the the Great Depression and Second World War

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Weaving gossamer threads of history and humanity, author Sara M. Robinson pens What Difference Does It Make, a novel that portrays hope and perseverance while capturing the zeitgeist of the Great Depression and World War II.

The Story begins in 1925, David and Lora Brookins begin their lives as a married couple and live in Miami. As time passed, they move to Texas, then Alabama and, finally, Georgia. All the while they struggle to survive the Great Depression with their four surviving children, Amy, Jane, Susan and Ben. As the ominous cloud of the Second World War looms closer, Jane finds love in a young sailor named John. She helps the war effort as a laborer while waiting for John to return from military duty. Amidst the wake of the cataclysm brought by the war, the two endeavor to start their married life and raise their own family in Georgia.

Out of the struggles of the family and the events that shook their lives and the world, Robinson crafts a story that poignantly portrays what life was during the 1920’s until the 1960’s. Stirring and eye-opening, What Difference Does It Make is peopled by richly-drawn characters whose emotions, principles and dreams will let them find an indelible spot in the reader’s heart.

About the Author
Sara M. Robinson was born in Miami, Florida in 1927. Her family soon moved to Texas where her father helped build the first power lines across the states. In one year they moved 52 times and during the Great Depression, they moved to the family farm in Southeast Alabama. In 1945, she married William Robinson whom she had known in High School. After his discharge from the Navy in 1946, they moved back to Iron City and had two daughters and one son.

After retiring as a postmaster in Iron City, Georgia, Robinson purchased a typewriter and began writing her first book, What Difference Does It Make. Her purpose for writing her novel was to preserve the values of the past and allow them to manifest in the present.

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